• Barbara Brittain

Visual Easter

Easter Day was seen at Lanivet through a hula hoop, a hollow Easter egg, a chocolate orange and some keys!

The disciples were in a hole.

John stepped into the tomb, saw and believed.

Cue to walk through the hoop

In the hollowness of his empty life, and in the empty tomb…

Cue to hold up the hollow egg

…he believed.

We often encounter Jesus when we are in a hole.

Jesus says: "Mary".

Jesus calls each of us – tenderly - Will we respond?

Jesus tells Mary to go and tell.

Cue to show segments of the chocolate orange

Jesus gives peace.

Cue to hold up some keys

The key to peace - to get out of our hole - is Jesus.

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